“Lyra is our follow up track to ‘Can You See' and we’re really excited to be doing this one with the guys over at Eclypse. We came up with the idea and linked up with Misha K in NYC when we played it to him. He added some strong elements which led to us going back and forth and eventually finishing the track off. It’s been a highlight in our sets for the past few months.”
-Paris & Simo

After having won a remix contest for Tiesto's 2011 single “Work Hard Play Hard” against thousands of other submissions, Paris & Simo have put themselves on the map as fresh, upcoming producers that everyone needs to keep an eye on. I am excited and proud to premiere their latest release exclusively on EDM Sauce. The track is called ‘Lyra' (Officially out on Beatport Feb 19th) and it's a collaboration with the talented New York City native, Misha K.

‘Lyra' has an unlimited amount of energy throughout that will really put your speakers to the test. From the first listen, there is no doubt in my mind that ‘Lyra' will have tons of support from fellow producers and DJ's alike. Their previous tracks have been heavily supported by the likes of Tiësto, Nicky Romero, Martin Garrix, NERVO, Sander van Doorn, and of course, Hardwell himself. ‘Lyra' has been and will be a staple in Paris & Simo's sets, and it's the kind of track I could see someone like Hardwell putting into his set at Ultra Music Fest.

With releases on Revealed Recordings, Spinnin' Records, Protocol Recordings, Armada Trice, Musical Freedom, Dim Mak, Flamingo, and now Eclypse, this duo has proven themselves time and time again with every single release regardless of the label. It's quite clear the release of ‘Lyra' is no exception. Give the track a listen below and be sure to support both Paris & Simo and Misha K on social media. Enjoy!

Paris & Simo on Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

Misha K on Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

Ohio Born & Raised. Currently in Virginia. Been listening to Electronic Music before it was cool. Reach me on Twitter: @BWizzy_EDMSauce for any inquires.